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Preset Syncing in Photoshop

If you’ve ever wanted to sync presets across multiple installs of Photoshop on the desktop, then this update is for you! Photoshop 2021 (v22.2), introduces preset sync for brushes, swatches, gradients, patterns, styles, and shapes including preset grou...
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Lightroom Mobile -Discover the Power of Versions

In this episode of #LrInsiderTips on IGTV, Adobe Evangelist @jkost demonstrates how to use Versions in Lightroom mobile to “capture” all of the settings applied to an image and save them as a single “state”. You can then experiment with different setti...
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Lens Correction Controls in Lightroom Classic

Lightroom Classic includes numerous lens profiles, which can be used to correct common lens aberrations such as barrel and pincushion geometric distortion ("barrel" distortion causes straight lines to appear to bow outward, "pincushion" distortion caus...
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Migrating my blog content to jkost.com/blog

Hi Everyone! If you’re looking for tips, tricks and shortcuts for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, I’m going to be migrating my blog content to jkost.com/blog. Please help me spread the word, and I hope to see you there!  -j
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Zooming in Lightroom Classic

When in Grid view, tap "L" or double click an image thumbnail to preview in Loupe view. Once in Loupe view, you will automatically be given the zoom tool; click on the image to zoom to the default zoom percentage (Lightroom’s default zoom percentage is...
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A Complete Guide to Shortcuts for Adobe Camera Raw

Given the recent changes made to Adobe Camera Raw 12.3, I spent the holiday weekend updating my previous post of shortcuts, tips, and tricks for using Adobe Camera Raw. You can view them below or use this link (2020_ACR_Shortcuts) to download the 10 pa...
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Lightroom Mobile – How to Correct Perspective

In this video I demonstrate how to use Lightroom on my mobile device to remove lens distortion and correct the perspective of an image. Then, I make adjustments to the Light panel to reveal detail in the highlights and shadows and use Adjustment Brush ...
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